Writing and Fiction
- Interview with comics artist Daniel Clowes about his new book, the term "graphic novel" and getting a vulgar word on the cover of The New Yorker
- Editors, publicists, critics, and agents ask Garrison Keillor to please be quiet after his New York Times jeremiad "The End of an Era in Publishing"
- Truthy and douchey: "I Will Not Read Your Fucking Script" by The Screenwriter of A History of Violence
- Dance Dance Immolation is a performance art project where Dance Dance Revolution losers literally go down in flames
- Maps that changed the world
- Arcade Fire spend an hour premiering two new tracks and discussing their forthcoming album on NPR.
- A stop-motion taxonomy "Things We Keep" (info)
the things we keep from svanes on Vimeo.
- Tilt-shift / time-lapse technique makes us look like toys (info)
Bathtub IV from Keith Loutit on Vimeo.
- Time-lapse Los Angeles without cars (info)
Running on Empty from Ross Ching on Vimeo.
Paulo Campos wrote his first novel in high school but didn't return to fiction until well into graduate school. He's since written three novels and a collection of short fiction. One of the novels and the collection seem good enough to shop for publication and are being revised. He was a recipient of Glimmer Train's "Best Start" competition in November 2009. His first published piece of short fiction will appear in the June 2010 issue of THEMA.
He lives in New York with his wife and two suspect cats.